Ideal Female Group ‘F4’ is Suzy (miss A)-Taeyeon (SNSD)-Sohee (Wonder Girls)-HyunA (4minute)

By Staff Writer | June 21, 2012 02:21 PM EDT

Ideal Female Group ‘F4’ is Suzy (miss A)-Taeyeon (SNSD)-Sohee (Wonder Girls)-HyunA (4minute)
Ideal Female Group ‘F4’ is Suzy (miss A)-Taeyeon (SNSD)-Sohee (Wonder Girls)-HyunA (4minute) (Photo : .)

Girl group F4 members list have been selected to be miss A's Suzy, Girls' Generation's Taeyeon, Wonder Girls' Sohee and 4minute's HyunA.

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A poll was conducted recently on MBC’s ‘Show Champion’ asking males in their 20’s and 30’s to create a female ‘F4’ group.

The results revealed showed girl group members ranked in 4 different categories of sexy, innocent, chic and lovely. The end results revealed were 4minute HyunA as ‘sexy,’ miss A’s Suzy as ‘innocent,’ while Wonder Girls’ Sohee grabbed ‘chic’ and Girls’ Generation’s Taeyeon took ‘lovely.’

Internet users that saw the ‘Girl group F4’ commented, “Wow best girl group,” “Perfect choices,” and “Members totally fir their categories.”

Tagged :  Suzy, miss A, Taeyeon, SNSD, Sohee, Wonder Girls, HyunA, 4minute

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